Pulling myself out of the debris, I got ready for a guest post that was lined up for today. But the way things have been going I should have known. So instead of a guest author post here are some testimonials regarding the upcoming Marketing for Romance Writers Summer Camp.
Opportunity Knocks at Marketing For Romance Writers Summer Camp. Open the door to: SEEK, TEACH, LEARN, SHARE, SUCCEED...and discover MFRW'S MOTTO of Achievement
For those of you looking to learn any kind of marketing for your romance writing stop by their site, join their free summer camp, read these testimonials from satisfied authors.
Testimonials for Marketing For Romance Writers:
Authors, if you want a site that will give you USEFUL information, from how to make a movie trailer to promoting your book at the local library, join MFRW (Marketing for Romance Writers). There is no promo allowed on this site, so you won't have to wade through endless chatter to get a bit of useful information. Other writers post, leave comments, and share their wealth of information. I'm so pleased to have found this group! Naomi Bellina http://www.naomibellina.com/
MFRW (Marketing for Romance Writers) helped me discover new and unique ways to market my work and my brand to my readers. Savannah Chase http://savannahchase.com/
I think this group is so fantastic I recommend it regular to every new writer I meet when they ask me about being a writer. After producing a book, the next biggest task is marketing it and this group overflows with ideas, contacts, and support. I was first published five years ago and I'm still learning every day. Andrea Jackson http://www.pbdiva.com/
MFRW (Marketing for Romance Writers) Twitter Workshop. Romance Junkies made it again this year in the Writer's Digest 101 best websites for writers and one of the categories they list for us is “On twitter” If it wasn’t for your workshop on twitter RJ would not be tweeting ;-) So thanks again for the great twitter workshop!
Cat Brown http://www.romancejunkies.com
When I first published and learned I had to market on the internet, I was totally lost. Fortunately, I was directed to Marketing For Romance Writers as a place to go for advice and to learn the ropes. It’s the best advice I’ve received in my writing career. Everyone at MFRW has been helpful and sharing, and I am so grateful to have found this valuable resource and these wonderful people. R. Ann Siracusa, author of romantic suspense series http://www.rannsiracusa.com/books
Join FREE- http://is.gd/mfrwgroup FREE MFRW Summer Camp July 14-15
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